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Just announced: Diane Shaw, 3rd December.

Diane Shaw

03 December / 19:30 / More Info / Buy Tickets

After 20 years performing on stage alongside Soul Legends such as Tito Jackson, The Stylistics, Martha Reeves, Sister Sledge, Eddie Holman, George McCrae, Alexander O'Neal and many more, Diane Shaw finally takes her turn in the spotlight and brings her own debut album set, encompassing everything she has learned from the masters, keeping that old school soul sound alive and delivering it to a new generation.

Recorded as it was back in the old days, to analogue tape and with full orchestration of over thirty musicians, producing future classic soul songs with a sound that appears as fresh in an old soul playlist as it does on modern day commercial radio.

Support comes from DJs Colin Curtin and JM (Mi-Soul)

Just announced: Greater Manchester Jazz Orchestra and Wigan Youth Jazz Orchestra, 19th April.

Greater Manchester Jazz Orchestra and Wigan Youth Jazz Orchestra

19 April / 19:30 / More Info / Buy Tickets

GM Music Hub presents the Greater Manchester Jazz Orchestra and Wigan Youth Jazz Orchestra (directed by Richard Iles and Dave Little)

The best in youth jazz education in the region!

Over the years, Greater Manchester has produced some of the finest jazz talent in the UK though it's network of educational ensembles across the region. The reputation of Wigan Youth Jazz Orchestra is known all over the world with the band producing over a dozen CD recordings and having worked with some of the biggest names in jazz.

The newly established Greater Manchester Jazz Orchestra brings together the very best young musicians from the local youth jazz orchestras to form a truly wonderful big band playing charts by Chick Corea through to new inventions of standards by the band's Musical Director Richard Iles.

For a chance to hear two great big bands on one night and support the next generation of jazz talent in our region, this is a show not to be missed.

Just announced: Field Music, 11th March.

Field Music

11 January / 19:30 / More Info / Buy Tickets

The Mercury Prize nominated Field Music are regarded as one of British indie’s leading lights, with the Brewis brothers involved in a number of collaborative and solo musical projects to broaden their composition and production palette. Their adaptability and creative drive is what sets them apart as musicians today.

Just announced: Natasha Watts, 8th April.

Natasha Watts

08 April / 19:00 / More Info / Buy Tickets

Off the back of a hugely successful first album, Natasha Watts is back with a collection of beautiful soul stunners, working alongside Rob Hardt from Cool Million and Richard Earnshaw to release a second album in March 2016.

2012 saw Natasha burst on to the soul scene with the Cool Million single, 'Show Me Off’, this was to be the start of Natasha & Rob Hardt working together on numerous projects, including her eponymous debut which made top ten lists across the country and received airplay on stations from BBCRadio 2, BBC Radio Manchester, Solent and Jazz FM where it was named album of the week.

Off the back of that wonderful album Natasha was chosen supporting the Soul Queen Miss Gladys Knight across her 7 date UK Tour, earning rave reviews along the way.

Don't miss this opportunity to be one of the first to pick up her new album and hear her new songs on this UK Album launch tour.

"Natasha’s voice, soft and reassuring yet capable of the bellowing power of Shirley Bassey” Mi Soul

Just announced: Alex Cornish, 30th November.

Alex Cornish

30 November / 19:00 / More Info / Tickets on sale soon

Alex Cornish is a singer songwriter from Dunbar in Scotland, whose music you may well have heard on BBC 6 Music, Radio 2 or accompanying films and TV shows. He has toured with Alison Moyet, Amy MacDonald, Kathryn Williams and Tom McRae amongst others. He and his band travel the UK this winter, bringing you songs from his last three albums and his new fourth record "Beyond the Serenade". "Etheral singer songwriting in the vein of Radiohead" said the Telegraph and of his third album "No Shore" the Sunday Times said "a beautiful album that has mercury prize shortlist written all of it". Not to be missed.

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